Latest hiking reviews
We've been testing the innovative toddler transport to find out if it is the perfect way of transporting little ones on mammoth hikes
The Garmin GPSMAP 66i is an impressively powerful GPS device that offers so much more than just route-finding.
Sleep tracking, Lap Drill Swimming, Target Plan and Stryd Running Pod integration all part of latest update.
We put the Ridge Flex shoes through their paces to see if their use of bellows is a game changer, or whether it’s best left to public transport.
We test the second iteration of the popular Columbia Peakfreak, to see if its trainer-like aesthetic is as good as its more traditional predecessor.
With the ability to transform from a 40-litre daypack to a multi-day 60-litre companion, this is one of the most versatile backpacks we've tried
There’s a burgeoning trend at the moment that involves fashion-conscious folk laying down huge sums of money for highly accomplished, technical gear
We subject the Apple Watch Ultra to surf, hiking, mountain-biking and climbing conditions to see if it can live up to Apple’s rugged claims.
We trial Osprey's dedicated hydration pack that provides both an excellent storage solution and fit for long days on the trails.
They might not look like conventional hiking boots, but the Hoka Anacapa Mid GTX offers a serious level of comfort off the bat.
Lowa has set out to create a cross-season boot that can handle all manner of environments with the Trek Eco GTX Mid. Has it succeeded?
This waterproof hiking hybrid proves the perfect shoe for all manner of summertime activities.
Think of hiking boots and you'll probably envisage a pair of brown or black leather boots that wouldn't look out of place on military manoeuvres in a ...
The Niko 3.0 from urban luggage experts Chrome Industries is one of the most well-made camera bags we’ve ever used.
Suunto misses the mark with its smartwatch that's built for the outdoors. It looks great but they interface is clunky and cumbersome.
We take to the hills in CimAlp’s X-Trail, shoes forged in France’s rugged Pre-Alps, to see whether it’s a case of French flair or a forgettable
A top-performing jacket that is let down by its odd looks and textures.
The Garmin Instinct 2 Solar gets put through its paces in the mountain of North Wales
We put the On Cloudrock Waterproof boots through their paces to see if these stylish hiking companions can handle tough terrain.
This interesting hybrid between a backpack, sling and messenger bag offers easy access to camera kit and comfy carry experience
We put AKU’s new Rock DFS GTX approach/hiking shoe hybrid to the test in the British mountains
The mammoth, multi-day trekking backpack is put through its paces on some tough terrain and in seriously grim weather
With its clever blend of Gore-Tex and Polartec textiles, we test the warming and waterproof properties of this hybrid mountain jacket
The Vivo Barefoot Tracker Forest ESC review put to the test in wild forest environments
With a max payload of 22kg and plenty of pockets, the Kelty Journey PerfectFIT Signature is one of the sturdiest kid carriers we’ve tested.
We test the Klattermusen Allgron 2.0 in the harshest environments of Northern Scotland to see if this waterproof-wonder can live up to its price tag.
Crammed with plenty of weather-proof tech and rocking some old-school Vans skate style, these make a fantastically versatile winter boot.
Colombia’s Omni-Tech technology is a refreshing take on waterproof, breathable shells and this is a great value jacket for keeping dry.
We put this multi-use daypack through its paces on the bike trails and while out trekking to see if it's any good.
We test the latest jacket in Fjällräven's Expedition line-up. A lightweight and easily stowed outer with the finest down insulation and
We test one of the best selling down-filled insulated jackets to see how this light, extremely packable and breathable puffer performs.
Vivobarefoot offers a nice alternative to the overly supportive and sometimes bulky hiking competition with this versatile and grippy trail shoe